Furnished Quarters Apartments near MLB Stadiums
- Apr 1, 2021
Major League Baseball franchise owner and promoter Bill Veeck once said, “The true harbinger of spring is not crocuses or swallows returning to Capistrano, but the sound of the bat on the ball.” We couldn’t agree more.
After a delayed, shortened, spectator-less season last year due to COVID, MLB Opening Day is set to take place April 1, 2021. A full 162-game season is planned, and teams won’t be limited to playing opponents from the same region. Fans will be allowed in stadiums at reduced capacity. Overall, the season will look a lot more normal than last year’s – and that’s something to celebrate.
Another thing to celebrate? Our month-to-month, fully furnished apartments available for rent near MLB stadiums. Some are just a stone’s throw – or make it a baseball throw – from a stadium, or just a few stops on public transit. These being Furnished Quarters apartments, they include everything you need to feel right at home: a fully equipped kitchen; HDTVs with cable; utilities; complimentary WiFi; and 24/7 guest service.
So if you’re a baseball fan and planning a stint in Boston, New York or San Francisco, stay in one of these apartments and take yourself out to the ballgame whenever you please.
The Viridian, near Fenway Park in Boston
When we say The Viridian is close to Fenway Park, we mean very, very close. It’s just one block from the beloved home of the Boston Red Sox, or a three-minute walk. And the views of the ballpark from the building are killer.
What else does The Viridian have to offer? In addition to the 20th-floor rooftop space pictured above, there’s a 15th-floor rooftop space, a 24/7 concierge, a fitness center, a third-floor resident lounge, co-working space with a reservable conference room, on-site parking and more. The apartments themselves boast floor-to-ceiling windows; high ceilings; open floor plans with airy, expansive living spaces; wide-plank flooring and custom tiled carpeting; German-engineered stainless steel appliances; white quartz countertops; European-style frameless kitchen cabinets; spa-inspired bathrooms; smartphone-controlled lighting; and in-unit Bosch frontloading washers and dryers.
NYC Apartments near Yankee Stadium
Yankee Stadium may be located in the Bronx, but it’s just north of Manhattan’s Upper East Side and about a 30-minute ride on the 4 or 6 train.
Fortunately for Yankee fans, Furnished Quarters has numerous Upper East Side apartments that are a short walk from the nearest 4 or 6 train stop.
427 East 82nd Street
This six-story elevator building is located in the heart of Yorkville, a sub-neighborhood of the Upper East Side and wonderful residential area. The pet-friendly apartments offer copious closet space, lofty ceilings and well-finished hardwood flooring, creating the perfect balance of charm, elegance and functionality. You’re also within walking distance of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Select apartments even have private outdoor space!
Directions to Yankee Stadium: Walk 15 minutes to the 4 station at 86th St and Lexington Ave, then ride four stops to 161 St – Yankee Stadium.
244, 246, 248 & 250 East 74th Street
These four addresses are all part of the same walkup building on a lovely residential block. The building is within walking distance of Central Park, the Met and numerous restaurants and boutiques. All of the apartments are pet-friendly, and some have a private terrace great for relaxing and soaking up the sun.
Directions to Yankee Stadium: Walk seven minutes to the 6 station at 77th St and Lexington Ave. Ride one stop and transfer to the 4 train at 86th St. Ride four stops to 161 St – Yankee Stadium.
STAY AT 244, 246, 248 OR 250 EAST 74TH STREET
The Fairfax (201 East 69th Street)
A guest favorite, The Fairfax is a luxury high-rise building in Lenox Hill, another Upper East Side sub-neighborhood. And not just any building – it was once the FBI’s New York City headquarters! The thoughtfully designed apartments feature light-filled rooms, hardwood floors, marble bathrooms and stainless steel appliances. The pet-friendly building also offers amenities like a fitness center, children’s playroom and landscaped rooftop lounge.
Directions to Yankee Stadium: Walk four minutes to the 6 station at 68th St and Lexington Ave. Ride two stops and transfer to the 4 train at 86th St. Ride four stops to 161 St – Yankee Stadium.
San Francisco Apartments near Oracle Park
Oracle Park, home of the San Francisco Giants, is one of the MLB’s most memorable stadiums. Its unique waterfront location means skilled hitters can achieve a “splash hit” – a home run where the ball leaves the stadium and lands in the San Francisco Bay.
Located on the Embarcadero, it’s easy to get to via public transportation. Or, if you’re staying at a Furnished Quarters apartment in the Rincon Hill or SoMa neighborhood, you can even get there by walking!
If you’re looking for a place where you can live, work and play, look no further than 340 Fremont, located in San Francisco’s high-rise residential neighborhood Rincon Hill. You’ll be near some of the best dining, shopping and culture the city has to offer, plus have convenient proximity to the Embarcadero waterfront, the Financial District, the Ferry Building, South Beach and SoMa.
The apartments include hardwood floors, walk-in closets and large floor-to-ceiling windows, some of which give way to stunning views of the city and the Bay Bridge. Amenities such as a 24-hour concierge, a rooftop terrace, a grilling area, pet grooming facilities and a private dog run, a resident lounge, a reading room, a yoga room and a state-of-the art fitness center create a resort-like experience.
Directions to Oracle Park: Just a 15-minute walk!
Avery 450 beautifully combines luxury and convenience. The building’s staggering amenities include a 60-foot indoor lap pool, Equinox-curated fitness center and steam room, outdoor terrace, game room and demonstration chef’s kitchen. Apartments feature nine-foot ceilings; floor-to-ceiling windows providing abundant natural light and sweeping water and city views in select apartments; wide-plank, white oak flooring; white quartz kitchen countertops and marble tile backsplash; walnut kitchen cabinetry; premium Bosch appliances; in-unit washers and dryers; and bathtub/shower combinations with textured tiled tubs.
Best of all, you can enjoy a short walk to Union Square, the Ferry Building, numerous public transit options and, you guessed it, Oracle Park.
Directions to Oracle Park: Just a 16-minute walk.